John Updike compared Andrew Sean Greer's second novel, The Confessions of Max Tivoli, to Proust and Nabokov in The New Yorker, and he was received the New York Public Library Young Lions Award for writers under 35. Michael Chabon calls Greer's new novel, about love and war and set in San Francisco's Sunset district in the 1950s, a narrative tour de force that confirms him as one of the most talented writers around.
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